Dungarvan & West Waterford Chamber Building & Home Guide 2017/18


e’re in the process of putting together a new edition of our very successful Building & Home Guide

for 2017. 10,000 copies will be printed and distributed free of charge throughout Dun- garvan & West Waterford. The last edition in 2008 was a huge hit, becoming the go-to directory for people around the county. In the guide, we will have over 80 cat-

egories relating to all aspects of building, decorating and maintenance for homes and commercial properties. So from well drilling to waste management, concrete products to carpets, mortgages to moldings, this guide will compile contact details and adverts for a huge number of relevant businesses We expect to have the guide compiled and printed by the end of April so keep an eye out - ideally every home, business and potential domestic or commercial developer will have one. If you think your business should be listed in our directory, let us know – we’ll list your business and contact details under the rele- vant category for free. And if you really want to get the word out about your business, why not invest in an advert in our Building and Home Guide? We have a limited number of advertising opportunities available, from €30 for a highlighted listing to €250 for a full page colour advert in the guide, just get in touch.

The deadline for listings and adverts, in- cluding submission of copy, is Tuesday, 14th of March so don’t delay. To find out more or book an advert contact 058 45054 or info@

‘COFFEE & BREXIT’ AT BANK OF IRELAND DUNGARVAN It is likely that the UK Parliamentary vote to start the BREXIT process will pass by the end of March. Once Article 50 is triggered there will be just 2 short years until the UK officially leaves the EU in full. There are many challenges and implications for Ireland arising from this, considering our strong ties

to the UK economically and socially. An under- standing of the issues and possible effects will be essential in protect- ing our businesses and economy throughout this process. We’re inviting you to join us for a coffee at Bank of Ireland Dun- garvan on Thursday, 30th March, as we find out more about what we can expect and the possible repercussions for Irish business. This free event for Chamber members is an important chance to get clear, useful information that could benefit your business, so come along and enjoy a coffee and bites from 8-9am. To book your place, contact the Chamber Office. For more information about Chamber

Vouchers, membership or events, contact Dungarvan & West Waterford Chamber, The Plaza, Dungarvan on 058 45054 or info@

Pictured top: Matt Houlihan, Graphic Print & Signs,

Kolette Enright, Eyes On The Road, Eddie Fitzgerald, Dungarvan Nissan and Ger Cusack, Terra Nua, enjoying the recent ‘Quick Coffee Catch-Up’ at Browne’s Town House Dungarvan. Above: Tracy Quinlan, Morgan McKinley, Colette Ban-

non, The Work Coach, Denise Radley, Radley Auctioneers and Alan Ryan , Deise College at Browne’s Town House, Dungarvan. Below: Attendees enjoying the recent ‘Quick Coffee

Catch-Up’ at the newly refurbished, self-catering Browne’s Town House in Dungarvan.

Photos: Dan McGrath//Editorial Images



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